NE Tarrant County
Tarrant County, specifically one of our favorite areas to live, NE Tarrant County, is the home of Grapevine, Keller, Southlake, Colleyville and many more.
More than 2 million people reside in Tarrant County, accounting for over seven percent of the entire population that calls the state of Texas home. It is Texas' third-most populous county and the 15th-most populous in the United States, and climbing. The county seat, Fort Worth, is rich with the history and owns the bragging rights of being the largest stage coach station in the Southwest, occurring once the Texas and Pacific Railroad reached the county and Fort Worth in 1876.
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Grapevine, TX is a multifaceted city that many are proud to call their home town. On one end of the city, you will find an epicenter of business and commerce, while on the other you can walk to a bustling downtown full of small shops and charming restaurants that are remnant of the classic, Texas small town.
Listed in the Dallas Morning News’ “Top 10 Neighborhoods Overall”, Keller, TX is a fast growing, wealthy suburbia that has a fifty seven percent population increase from 2000 to 2015. Considering the city’s growth, Keller ISD still maintains a seventeen to one student teacher ratio.
North Richland Hills is a city of Tarrant County and is considered one of the top places to reside in Texas. As a suburb of Fort Worth, North Richland Hills has a growing population of almost seventy thousand people. Offering residents a heavily suburban landscape, living in North Richland Hills you will find that most residents are the owners of their homes. Filled with beautiful parks, coffee shops, and schools, many young professionals and families and live in North Richland Hills. The population of the city tends to sway on the conservative side.